Vincitori / Winning entries – Winners

Nuovo Documento di Microsoft Office Word

Albo d’oro.

Anno Città e paese ospitanti Paese vincitore Artista Canzone Lingua Marg. Secondo posto
2003 DanimarcaCopenaghen, Danimarca CroaziaCroazia Dino Jelusić Ti si moja prva ljubav Croato 9 SpagnaSpagna
2004 NorvegiaLillehammer, Norvegia SpagnaSpagna María Isabel Antes muerta que sencilla Spagnolo 31 Regno UnitoRegno Unito
2005 BelgioHasselt, Belgio BielorussiaBielorussia Ksenija Sitnik My vmeste Russo 3 SpagnaSpagna
2006 RomaniaBucarest, Romania RussiaRussia Anastasija e Maria Tolmačëvy Vesenniy jazz Russo 25 BielorussiaBielorussia
2007 Paesi BassiRotterdam, Paesi Bassi BielorussiaBielorussia Alexey Zhigalkovich S druz’yami Russo 1 ArmeniaArmenia
2008 CiproLimassol, Cipro GeorgiaGeorgia Bzikebi Bzz.. Immaginaria 19 UcrainaUcraina
2009 UcrainaKiev, Ucraina Paesi BassiPaesi Bassi Ralf Mackenbach Click Clack Olandese* 5 ArmeniaArmenia
RussiaRussia
2010 BielorussiaMinsk, Bielorussia ArmeniaArmenia Vladimir Arzumanyan Mama Armeno 1 RussiaRussia
2011 ArmeniaErevan, Armenia GeorgiaGeorgia Candy Candy Music Georgiano* 5 Paesi BassiPaesi Bassi
2012 Paesi BassiAmsterdam, Paesi Bassi UcrainaUcraina Anastasiya Petryk Nebo Ucraino* 35 GeorgiaGeorgia
2013 UcrainaKiev, Ucraina MaltaMalta Gaia Cauchi The Start Inglese 9 UcrainaUcraina
2014 MaltaMarsa, Malta ItaliaItalia Vincenzo Cantiello Tu primo grande amore Italiano* 12 BulgariaBulgaria
2015 BulgariaSofia, Bulgaria MaltaMalta Destiny Chukunyere Not My Soul Inglese 9 ArmeniaArmenia
2016 MaltaLa Valletta, Malta GeorgiaGeorgia Mariam Mamadashvili Mzeo Georgiano 7 ArmeniaArmenia
2017 GeorgiaTbilisi, Georgia RussiaRussia Polina Bogusevich Wings Russo* 3 GeorgiaGeorgia
2018 BielorussiaMinsk, Bielorussia PoloniaPolonia Roksana Węgiel Anyone I Want to Be Polacco* 12 FranciaFrancia
2019 PoloniaGliwice, Polonia PoloniaPolonia Viki Gabor Superhero Polacco* 51 KazakistanKazakistan
2020 Polonia Varsavia, Polonia

Note.

  • * indica che la canzone è stata cantata in più lingue (vd. Vittorie per lingua)
Percentuale di punti guadagnati per la vittoria
Anno Cantante Punti[1] Percentuale
2003 Dino Jelusić 134/170 78,82 %
2004 María Isabel 171/204 83,82 %
2005 Ksenija Sitnik 149/192 73,96 %
2006 Anastasija e Maria Tolmačëvy 154/180 85,86 %
2007 Aleksej Žigalkovič 137/204 67,16 %
2008 Bzikebi 154/180 85,86 %
2009 Ralf Mackenbach 121/156 77,56 %
2010 Vladimir Arzumanyan 120/168 71,43 %
2011 Candy 108/156 69,23 %
2012 Anastasia Petryk 138/156 88,46 %
2013 Gaia Cauchi 130/156 83,33 %
2014 Vincenzo Cantiello 159/204 77,94 %
2015 Destiny Chukunyere 185/216 85,65 %
2016 Mariam Mamadashvili 239/420 56,90 %
2017 Polina Bogusevich 188/360 52,22 %
2018 Roksana Węgiel 215/456 47,15 %
2019 Viki Gabor 278/432 64,35 %

Vittorie per paese. Ad oggi, il paese detentore del record per il maggior numero di vittorie è la Georgia (3).

Vittorie Paese Anni
3 Georgia Georgia 2008-2011-2016
2 Bielorussia Bielorussia 2005-2007
Malta Malta 2013-2015
Russia Russia 2006-2017
Polonia Polonia 2018-2019
1 Croazia Croazia 2003
Spagna Spagna 2004
Paesi Bassi Paesi Bassi 2009
Armenia Armenia 2010
Ucraina Ucraina 2012
Italia Italia 2014

Vittorie per lingua. Sin dalla fondazione della manifestazione, i paesi in gara devono cantare canzoni esclusivamente nella loro lingua madre. Tuttavia sono ammesse piccole strofe o versi in lingua differenti:

Vittorie Lingua Anni Paesi
4 Russo 2005, 2006, 2007, 2017° Bielorussia Bielorussia, Russia Russia
2 (+7)° Inglese 2009°, 2011°, 2012°, 2013, 2014°, 2015, 2017°, 2018°, 2019° Paesi Bassi Paesi Bassi, Georgia Georgia, Ucraina Ucraina, Malta Malta, Italia Italia, Russia Russia, Polonia Polonia
2 Georgiano 2011°, 2016 Georgia Georgia
Polacco 2018°, 2019° Polonia Polonia
1 Croato 2003 Croazia Croazia
Spagnolo 2004 Spagna Spagna
Immaginaria 2008 Georgia Georgia
Olandese 2009° Paesi Bassi Paesi Bassi
Armeno 2010 Armenia Armenia
Ucraino 2012° Ucraina Ucraina
Italiano 2014° Italia Italia

Note

  • ° nel 2009 la canzone olandese è stata cantata in inglese (parzialmente) e olandese
  • ° nel 2011 la canzone georgiana è stata cantata in inglese (parzialmente) e georgiano
  • ° nel 2012 la canzone ucraina è stata cantata in inglese (parzialmente) e ucraino
  • ° nel 2014 la canzone italiana è stata cantata in inglese (parzialmente) e italiano
  • ° nel 2017 la canzone russa è stata cantata in inglese (parzialmente) e russo
  • ° nel 2018 la canzone polacca è stata cantata in inglese (parzialmente) e polacco
  • ° nel 2019 la canzone polacca è stata cantata in inglese (parzialmente) e polacco

Note

  • 1.^ Punti guadagnati/punti possibili

Overall, eleven countries have won the contest since the inaugural contest in 2003. Six have won the contest once: Armenia, Croatia, Italy, Spain, Ukraine, and the Netherlands. Four have won the contest twice: Belarus, Malta, Poland (first country to win back to back) and Russia; while Georgia has won three times. Both Croatia and Italy achieved their wins on their debut participation in the contest.

Year Date Host city Entries Winner Song Performer Points Margin
2003 15 November Denmark Copenhagen 16  Croatia “Ti si moja prva ljubav” Dino Jelusić 134 9
2004 20 November Norway Lillehammer 18  Spain “Antes muerta que sencilla” María Isabel 171 31
2005 26 November Belgium Hasselt 16  Belarus “My vmeste” (Мы вместе) Ksenia Sitnik 149 3
2006 2 December Romania Bucharest 15  Russia “Vesenniy Jazz” (Весенний джаз) Tolmachevy Sisters 154 25
2007 8 December Netherlands Rotterdam 17  Belarus “S druz’yami” (С друзьями) Alexey Zhigalkovich 137 1
2008 22 November Cyprus Limassol 15  Georgia “Bzz..” Bzikebi 154 19
2009 21 November Ukraine Kiev 13  Netherlands “Click Clack” Ralf Mackenbach 121 5
2010 20 November Belarus Minsk 14  Armenia “Mama” (Մամա) Vladimir Arzumanyan 120 1
2011 3 December Armenia Yerevan 13  Georgia “Candy Music” CANDY 108 5
2012 1 December Netherlands Amsterdam 12  Ukraine “Nebo” (Небо) Anastasiya Petryk 138 35
2013 30 November Ukraine Kiev 12  Malta “The Start” Gaia Cauchi 130 9
2014 15 November Malta Marsa 16  Italy “Tu primo grande amore” Vincenzo Cantiello 159 12
2015 21 November Bulgaria Sofia 17  Malta “Not My Soul” Destiny Chukunyere 185 9
2016 20 November Malta Valletta 17  Georgia “Mzeo” (მზეო) Mariam Mamadashvili 239 7
2017 26 November Georgia (country) Tbilisi 16  Russia “Wings” Polina Bogusevich 188 3
2018 25 November Belarus Minsk 20  Poland “Anyone I Want to Be” Roksana Węgiel 215 12
2019 24 November Poland Gliwice 19  Poland “Superhero” Viki Gabor 278 51

Map showing each country’s number of Junior Eurovision Song Contest wins (by color) / Mappa che mostra il numero di vittorie di ciascun paese partecipante allo Junior Eurovision Song Contest. 

List of Junior Eurovision Song Contest winners: The Junior Eurovision Song Contest is an annual contest organized between member countries of the European Broadcasting Union for children aged between 9 and 14 (8 and 15 between 2003 and 2006, 10 and 15 between 2007 and 2015). This junior contest has been broadcast every year since its debut in 2003, and is based on the senior version entitled Eurovision Song Contest, one of the longest-running television programmes in the world since the debut in 1956. The contest’s winner has been determined using numerous voting techniques throughout its history; centre to these have been the awarding of points to countries by juries or televoters. The country awarded the most points is declared the winner.

There have been 17 contests, with one winner each year. Eleven different countries have won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Six have won the contest once: Armenia, Croatia, Italy, Spain, Ukraine, and the Netherlands. Four have won the contest twice: Belarus, Malta, Poland (first country to win back to back) and Russia. The country with the highest number of wins is Georgia, with three wins. Both Croatia and Italy achieved their wins on their debut participation in the contest. Macedonia is the country with the longest history in the contest without a win having made fifteen appearances since their debut in 2003.

Winning the Junior Eurovision Song Contest provides an opportunity for the winning artist(s) to capitalise on their success and surrounding publicity by launching or furthering their international career. Some artists from Junior Eurovision have progressed later in their careers to participate in national selection finals for the senior Eurovision Song Contest, including Molly Sandén who represented Sweden in 2006 and later took part in the 2009, 2012 and 2016 Melodifestivalen. Nevena Božović represented Serbia in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 as part of Moje 3 and became the first contestant to compete in the Eurovision Song Contest after competing in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, where she came third in 2007. The Tolmachevy Sisters are the second contestants to do so, participating (and placing 7th) in the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 after winning the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2006 with their entry, “Vesenniy jazz” (English: Spring Jazz, Cyrillic: Весенний джаз).

2010, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2018 are years that a country has won and has hosted the following year’s edition.

Winners by year. 

Year Date Host city Winner Song Performer Language Points Margin
2003 15 November Denmark Copenhagen  Croatia “Ti si moja prva ljubav” Dino Jelusić Croatian 134 9
2004 20 November Norway Lillehammer  Spain “Antes muerta que sencilla” María Isabel Spanish 171 31
2005 26 November Belgium Hasselt  Belarus “My vmeste” (Мы вместе) Ksenia Sitnik Russian 149 3
2006 2 December Romania Bucharest  Russia “Vesenniy jazz” (Весенний джаз) Tolmachevy Sisters Russian 154 25
2007 8 December Netherlands Rotterdam  Belarus “S druz’yami” (С друзьями) Alexey Zhigalkovich Russian 137 1
2008 22 November Cyprus Limassol  Georgia “Bzz..” Bzikebi Imaginary 154 19
2009 21 November Ukraine Kiev  Netherlands “Click Clack” Ralf Mackenbach Dutch, English 121 5
2010 20 November Belarus Minsk  Armenia “Mama” (Մամա) Vladimir Arzumanyan Armenian 120 1
2011 3 December Armenia Yerevan  Georgia “Candy Music” CANDY Georgian 108 5
2012 1 December Netherlands Amsterdam  Ukraine “Nebo” (Небо) Anastasiya Petryk Ukrainian, English 138 35
2013 30 November Ukraine Kiev  Malta “The Start” Gaia Cauchi English 130 9
2014 15 November Malta Marsa  Italy “Tu primo grande amore” Vincenzo Cantiello Italian, English 159 12
2015 21 November Bulgaria Sofia  Malta “Not My Soul” Destiny Chukunyere English 185 9
2016 20 November Malta Valletta  Georgia “Mzeo” (მზეო) Mariam Mamadashvili Georgian 239 7
2017 26 November Georgia (country) Tbilisi  Russia “Wings” Polina Bogusevich Russian, English 188 3
2018 25 November Belarus Minsk  Poland “Anyone I Want to Be” Roksana Węgiel Polish, English 215 12
2019 24 November Poland Gliwice  Poland “Superhero” Viki Gabor Polish, English 278 51

Winners by country. 

Wins Country Years
3  Georgia
  • 2008
  • 2011
  • 2016
2  Belarus
  • 2005
  • 2007
 Russia
  • 2006
  • 2017
 Malta
  • 2013
  • 2015
 Poland
  • 2018
  • 2019
1
 Croatia 2003
 Spain 2004
 Netherlands 2009
 Armenia 2010
 Ukraine 2012
 Italy 2014

Ranking.

Table key. Red – Former countries that have been dissolved.

Rank Country Winner Runner-up Third place Next best placement
(frequency)
1  Georgia 3 2 0 4th (twice)
2  Russia 2 2 0 4th (four times)
3  Belarus 2 1 2 4th (twice)
4  Malta 2 0 0 4th (twice)
5  Poland 2 0 0 8th (once)
6  Armenia 1 4 2 5th (once)
7  Spain 1 2 1 4th (once)
8  Ukraine 1 2 0 4th (once)
9  Netherlands 1 1 0 4th (twice)
10  Italy 1 0 1 7th (twice)
11  Croatia 1 0 1 10th (once)
12  United Kingdom 0 1 1 14th (once)
13  France 0 1 0 5th (once)
14  Kazakhstan 0 1 0 6th (once)
15  Bulgaria 0 1 0 7th (once)
16  Serbia 0 0 2 5th (once)[N 1]
17  Australia 0 0 2 5th (once)[N 1]
18  Sweden 0 0 1 6th (twice)
19  Lithuania 0 0 1 6th (once)
20  Slovenia 0 0 1 12th (once)
21  Norway 0 0 1 13th (twice)
22  Denmark 0 0 0 4th (once)[N 2]
23  Belgium 0 0 0 4th (once)[N 2]
24  Romania 0 0 0 4th (once)[N 2]
25  North Macedonia[N 3] 0 0 0 5th (twice)
26  Albania 0 0 0 5th (once)
27  Greece 0 0 0 6th (once)[N 4]
28  Moldova 0 0 0 6th (once)[N 4]
29  Azerbaijan 0 0 0 7th (once)
30  Cyprus 0 0 0 8th (twice)
31  Israel 0 0 0 8th (once)
32  Latvia 0 0 0 9th (once)
33  Ireland 0 0 0 10th (once)[N 5]
34  San Marino 0 0 0 10th (once)[N 5]
35  Montenegro 0 0 0 13th (once)[N 6]
36  Serbia and Montenegro 0 0 0 13th (once)[N 6]
37  Portugal 0 0 0 14th (twice)
38   Switzerland 0 0 0 16th (once)
39  Wales 0 0 0 18th (once)

Best placement by non-winning countries.

Table key. Red – Former countries that have been dissolved.

Best place Country Most recent
Artist Song Year
2nd  Kazakhstan Yerzhan Maksim “Armanyńnan qalma” (Арманыңнан қалма) 2019
2nd  France Angélina “Jamais sans toi” 2018
2nd  Bulgaria Krisia, Hasan & Ibrahim “Planetata na detsata” (Планетата на децата) 2014
2nd  United Kingdom Cory Spedding “The Best Is Yet to Come” 2004
3rd (twice)  Australia Jael “Champion” 2018
3rd (twice)  Serbia Sonja Škorić “Čarobna noć” (Чаробна ноћ) 2010
3rd  Slovenia Lina Kuduzović “Prva ljubezen” 2015
3rd  Sweden Molly Sandén “Det finaste någon kan få” 2006
3rd  Lithuania Eglė Jurgaitytė “Laiminga diena” 2008
3rd  Norway Malin Reitan “Sommer og skolefri” 2005
4th  Belgium Laura Omloop “Zo verliefd (Yodelo)” 2009
4th  Denmark Nicolai Kielstrup “Shake Shake Shake” 2005
4th  Romania Noni Răzvan Ene “Îți mulțumesc” 2004
5th (twice)  North Macedonia Bobi Andonov “Prati mi SMS” (Прати ми СМС) 2008
5th  Albania Mishela Rapo “Dambaje” 2015
6th  Moldova Lerika “No, No” 2011
6th  Greece Alexandros & Kalli “Tora einai i seira mas” (Tώρα είναι η σειρά μας) 2005
7th  Azerbaijan Rustam Karimov “Me and My Guitar” 2013
8th (twice)  Cyprus Louis Panagiotou & Christina Christofi “Agoria koritsia” (Αγόρια κορίτσια) 2006
8th  Israel Kids.il “Let the Music Win” 2012
9th  Latvia Dzintars Čīča “Tu esi vasarā” 2003
10th  Ireland Zena Donnelly “Bríce ar Bhríce” 2016
10th  San Marino Michele Perniola “O-o-O Sole intorno a me” 2013
13th  Montenegro Jana Mirković “Oluja” (Олуја) 2015
13th  Serbia and Montenegro Filip Vučić “Ljubav pa fudbal” (Љубав па фудбал) 2005
14th (twice)  Portugal Mariana Venâncio “Youtuber” 2017
16th   Switzerland Demis Mirarchi “Birichino” 2004
18th  Wales Erin Mai “Calon yn Curo” 2019

By language. Since the contest began in 2003, all nations competing must sing in the national language (or national languages) of the country being represented. However, they can have a few lines in a different language.

Wins Language Years Countries
8 English 2009,[a] 2012,[b] 2013, 2014,[c] 2015, 2017,[d] 2018,[e] 2019[e] Netherlands, Ukraine, Malta, Italy, Russia, Poland
4 Russian 2005, 2006, 2007, 2017[f] Belarus, Russia
2 Georgian 2011, 2016 Georgia
Polish 2018,[f] 2019[f] Poland
1 Croatian 2003 Croatia
Spanish 2004 Spain
Imaginary 2008 Georgia
Dutch 2009[f] Netherlands
Armenian 2010 Armenia
Ukrainian 2012[f] Ukraine
Italian 2014[f] Italy

Notes.

  • 1^a b Tie breaker between Serbia and Australia: Serbia’s next best placement is in 7th place, whereas Australia’s next best placement is in 8th place.
  • 2^a b c Tie breaker between Denmark, Belgium, and Romania: Denmark’s next best placement is twice in 5th place, Belgium’s next best placement is three times in 7th place, whereas Romania’ next best placement is once in 9th place.
  • 3^The country used to participate under the name F.Y.R. Macedonia (the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) until it changed its name in February 2019.
  • 4^a b Tie breaker between Greece and Moldova: Greece’s next best placement is in 9th place, whereas Moldova’s next best placement is in 10th place.
  • 5^a b Tie breaker between Ireland and San Marino: Ireland’s next best placement is in 12th place, whereas San Marino’s next best placement is in 14th place.
  • 6^a b Tie breaker between Montenegro and Serbia and Montenegro: Montenegro’s next best placement is in 14th place, whereas Serbia and Montenegro has no additional appearances.
  • a^ This song was partially sung in Dutch.
  • b^ This song was partially sung in Ukrainian.
  • c^ This song was partially sung in Italian.
  • d^ This song was partially sung in Russian.
  • e^a b This song was partially sung in Polish.
  • f^ a b c d e f This song was partially sung in English.

Rispondi